A recording of the final voicemail left by late Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan before her death on Jan. 15 has emerged. The message, left by O'Riordan for her longtime friend and Eleven Seven Records label executive Dan Waite just hours before she took her life, was reportedly time stamped around 1:12 a.m. GMT in London, just a few hours before the singer was slated to enter a studio to lend her vocals to a cover of her band's iconic song "Zombie" by the group Bad Wolves.
"Hi Dan, it's Dolores, I'm in London. I'm at the Park Hyatt Hilton," O'Riordan, 46, says in the recording obtained by TMZ, on which she renders her unequivocal feelings about the heavy cover by the band. "Actually, I think it's fucking awesome! It sounds fucking terribly good!" In the 30-second message she invites Waite to come into the studio session -- slated for later that morning -- to hear the results, and sends love to his wife Irene.